Marcia Montenegro: The Occult


March 25, 2012

The occult is becoming increasingly commonplace in our society today, and Marcia Montenegro took some time to talk about it. Before Marcia became a Christian, she was a professional astrologer, and engaged in many other occult practices as well. She is currently a full-time missionary with Fellowship International Mission, and has her own ministry called […]

Bob DeWaay: Bill Johnson, IHOP, & Ancient Heresy Reborn


February 24, 2012

It’s been almost two years since my friend Bob DeWaay has joined me for a podcast, but he is back to talk about the heresies found in the International House of Prayer. The discussion is based on an article that Bob wrote for Critical Issues Commentary that he hasn’t yet published entitled “An Invasion of […]

Alan Shlemon: Islam


January 21, 2012

For this month’s episode, I interviewed Alan Shlemon of Stand to Reason on the subject of Islam. Alan trains Christians to persuasively share their convictions on various cultural issues, as well as share the Gospel with Muslims in a gracious, yet persuasive manner, as Stand to Reason is known for. Our conversation was broken into […]

Scott Klusendorf: The Case for Life


July 9, 2011

For the July 2011 episode of Echo Zoe Radio, I chatted with Scott Klusendorf, president of Life Training Institute, and organization that endeavors to equip Christians to share a pro-life point of view in an articulate manner. Scott also lectures at Biola University as a bio-ethicist, and is the author of The Case for Life: […]

Brett Kunkle: Mormonism


June 1, 2011

For this episode of Echo Zoe Radio, I’m joined by Brett Kunkle, the Student Impact Director at Stand to Reason. He has a degree in Christian education from Biola University, has worked on graduate studies at Denver Seminary, and just received a Master’s degree in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at Talbot School of Theology. […]

Phil Johnson: Sola Fide


May 1, 2011

CDFor this episode Phil Johnson returns to discuss the Reformation doctrine of Sola Fide with me. Phil is the executive director of Grace to You, the tape and radio ministry that features the teachings of John MacArthur, a member of the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals (FIRE), founder and blogger at Pyromaniacs, and curator of The Spurgeon Archive.

Topics covered include, but are not limited to:

  • Phil explained Sola Fide, or “Faith Alone,” as a respones to Roman Catholic doctrine, which blends justification and sanctification, and enslaves followers in a system of works-righteousness. Sola Fide declares that justification comes by faith alone, and is a one-time, instantaneous event, not an ongoing process.
  • We are sanctified by faith, but not by faith alone, at least not in the same sense that we are justified by faith alone. The Arminian and Palagian misunderstanding of justification leads to a doctrine of perfectionism, which makes justification a process and sanctification an instantaneous event, rather than the other way around.
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Christine Pack: Universalism & “Love Wins”


April 22, 2011

Christine Pack of Sola Sisters returns this month to talk about Universalism, Christian Universalism, and Rob Bell’s latest book Love Wins. An outline of the interview is as follows: We began by discussing the history of Universalism, which Christine argues goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden, when the serpent said to […]

Ryan Habbena: Sanctification


March 12, 2011

My friend and ministry partner at Signet Ring Ministries joins me for his fifth episode with me. Our topic this month is Sanctification, which is also the topic of his newest book The Pilgrim’s Path. Among the specific points discussed were: The role of the Law in the believer’s life, the sufficiency of the Gospel […]

Christine Pack: Chronicles of a Former New Ager


February 5, 2011

For this month’s podcast episode, I spoke with Christine Pack, a former New Ager now Saved by Grace. Christine and I talked about her experiences in the New Age: how she got in, what she practiced as a New Ager, and how she was saved out of it. We also discussed her perspectives on various […]

Patrick Szalapski: The Incarnation


January 15, 2011

After two January episodes with Patrick Szalapski, he returns to do another “Essential” with us this month. This time it is the Doctrine of the Incarnation.

We discussed this more briefly in episode 9 (January 2009) for the episode that covered seven “Essentials of the Christian Faith.”

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